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Fat wires got you down? A new super-thin cable coming out later this year promises to cut clutter on sprawling electronics installs.
An allegation that the FBI, which has long pressed for back doors into encryption products, surreptitiously placed one into OpenBSD alarms security experts.
Rebuffing the Justice Department, judges insist on warrants because e-mail records give police "the ability to peer deeply" into someone's activities.
The U.S. government indicates WikiLeaks spokesman Julian Assange could be in legal jeopardy for disclosing classified information because he is "not a journalist."
RIM's BlackBerry 6 OS receives FIPS certification from the U.S. government, which means it meets the security standards required for government agencies and regulated industries.
Monitoring spouse's computer with a keystroke logger is legal under federal wiretapping laws, judge rules, but says Texas wiretap laws may have been violated.
Another federal agency will take a look at Google's Wi-Fi spying activities after the FTC recently decided to close its inquiry without penalties.
Washington's approach to technology regulation likely will remain the same, aided in part by every Democrat who signed a Net neutrality pledge losing.
Project Vigilant is the mysterious group whose members outed Wikileaks' alleged source and want to monitor Internet attacks to find out who's behind them.
Blog platform shut down following FBI investigation is in negotiations with Web host. EFF wants to know FBI's role in service's closure.